Dr Frankenollie wrote:
I want them to kill off all the toys though.
Just grow a pair Pixar and DO it. That way, Disney can't squeeze this thing any longer. And I want it to be the saddest thing ever.
I fully, completely agree. Whilst the conclusion to Toy Story 3 was just perfect, part of me wishes they actually killed the toys off in the incinerator scene; it would've been much more powerful and memorable. Of course if they had done that, the trilogy wouldn't have fully gone 'full circle' and Andy would never have had a chance to play one last childhood game.
Even though I'd love to see more of these characters, perhaps they should just release shorts instead. Then again, as somebody posted earlier, this is not official and may not happen.
Lee thinks its a cop-out whenever a movie kills off all their main characters, and I tend to agree with him.
I'm not against killing off characters (I think Flynn should have died in Tangled for example), but it has to push the story forward.
The only death that would have made sense to me would have been a flash back of, say, Bo Peep falling and shattering into a million pieces. but the incinerator was not the place to kill anyone.
Despite me not wanting a TS4, I do think there are more places you can take it than upping the stakes. It doesn't have to be a life or death situation all the time to be interesting.